Presentations Symposium Waddenland-Outstanding

Below you will find the video-recordings and pdf's of all presentations of the Symposium Waddenland-Outstanding. All participants received a book of abstracts with all the lectures.

Thursday 1 December 2016

Opening Session

Anke Spoorendonk, Minister for Justice, Cultural and European Affairs of the State of Schleswig-Holstein
opening the symposium
[VIDEO]

Heinz Maurus, Chairman of the County Council of Nordfriesland, opening statement
[VIDEO]

Jouke van Dijk, Director of the Waddenacademie, opening statement
[VIDEO]

Jeppe Nevers, Director of the Centre for Maritime and Business History, University of Southern
Denmark, opening statement
[VIDEO]

Thomas Steensen, director Nordfriisk Instituut: North Frisia and the Wadden Sea (pdf 10 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Session 1: The Relationship between Natural and Cultural Heritage in the Wadden Sea Region

Ludwig Fischer (University of Hamburg), Karsten Reise (Alfred Wegner Institute, Sylt) and Jens Enemark (Waddenacademie):
An urgent call for integration: Protecting natural and cultural values of the Wadden Sea
Coast in the Anthropocene
(pdf 1Mb)
[VIDEO]

Jan Kolen (University of Leiden):
Does the natural landscape exist? (pdf 1,9 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Hans-Ulrich Rösner (WWF):
Is an existing natural landscape a problem for cultural landscapes?
(pdf 5 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Discussion
[VIDEO]

Session 2: Palaeography and Archaeology of the Wadden landscape

Gilles de Langen (University of Groningen/ Fryske Akademy) & Hauke Jöns (Lower Saxon Institute for Historic Coastal Research):
Research and management of the archaeological heritage of the Wadden Sea - on both
sides of the dike
(Key note)
(pdf 10 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Martina Karle & Felix Bittmann (Lower Saxon Institute for Historic Coastal Research):
Discover the traces of the past in the Wadden Sea - Presentation of two consecutive joint-venture projects
(pdf 6 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Hanna Hadler & Andreas Vött (University of Mainz):
Drowned by the Grote Mandränke in 1362 AD - new  geo-archaeological research on the late medieval trading centre Rungholt (North Frisia)
(pdf 8,4 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Mans Schepers (University of Groningen):
Why all the rush? How terp archaeology will benefit from a nuanced view of past landscapes and peoples role therein
(pdf 8 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Marco Bakker (University of Groningen):
Exploitation and settlement dynamics of the Frisian coastal peat  zone during the Iron Age and Roman period
(pdf 3,3 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Johan Nicolay (University of Groningen):
Earlymedieval kingship around the southern North Sea (pdf 8,6 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Martin Segschneider (Lower Saxon Institute for Historic Coastal Research) & Morten Søvsø (Museum of Southwest Jutland):
Between Groothusen and Ribe. Key sites of earlymedieval Wadden sea trade in the light of current research
(pdf 6,3 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Friday 2 December 2016

Session 3: The Immaterial Heritage

Ludwig Fischer (University of Hamburg):
Victory over the sea. Dutch diking technics in the 17th – 18th century and the impact on Europe´s history  of mentality (Key note)
[VIDEO]

Nina Hinrichs (University of Paderborn):
The Wadden Sea in visual art as projection platform for ideologies in national socialism (pdf 3,3 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Anne Marie Overgaard (Museum South Jutland):
Living with water in the coastal marsh areas of the Tøndermarsk and Gotteskoog (pdf 9,8 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Otto Knottnerus (Haren):
The invention of the Wadden Sea (pdf 12,8 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Goffe Jensma (University of Groningen):
Frisian myth and reality (pdf 0,8 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Norbert Fischer (University of Hamburg):
Death, landscape and memory. Case studies on the Wadden Sea Coast and the islands (pdf 7,5 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Discussion
[VIDEO]

Session 4: The History of Waddenland in a political, socialeconomic and cultural context

Meindert Schroor (Waddenacademie):
Waddenland: Insular society and precursor of the European economic and socio-cultural crisis (Key note) (pdf 9,4 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Mette Guldberg (Fisheries and Maritime Museum Esbjerg):
Contacts along the Wadden Sea Coast (1600-1800) – Local communities and regional economies with a global touch (pdf 5,4 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Martin Rheinheimer (University of Southern Denmark):
Maritime traffic and local societies in the Wadden Sea Region (1600-1900) (pdf 1,2 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Jan Oberg (University of Bremen):
Was there a maritime culture in Bremen in the 19th century? Ethnohistorical notes on coastal societies (pdf 11,9 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Carsten Porskrog Rasmussen (University of Aarhus):
Capitalists, peasants and landless. The different social models of the early modern rural societies in the Waddenland parts of Schleswig (pdf 1,6 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Anna-Katharina Wöbse (University of Giessen):
Reinterpreting nature: The history of conservation in the Wadden Sea Region (pdf 4,1 Mb)

Discussion
[VIDEO]

Announcement winner Poster Prize by Jos Bazelmans
[VIDEO]

Saturday 3 December 2016

Session 5: Political, economic and social challenges for the handling of the cultural heritage in the Waddenland

Manfred Vollmer (Wadden Sea Forum):
Learning from the Lancewad projects. Challenges and the regional approaches in a trans-boundary context (pdf 1,4 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Ulf Ickerodt & Matthias Maluck (State Archaeological Authority Schleswig-Holstein):
Energy transition, a challenge for the management of the landscape heritage (pdf 5,4 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Jacobus Hofstede (Schleswig-Holstein Ministry of Energy, Agriculture, the Environment and Rural Areas):
Climate change adaptation in the Schleswig-Holstein sector of the Wadden Sea: The scientific basis of an integrated State Governmental strategy (pdf 1,2 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Peter Südbeck (Wadden Sea National Park Authority Lower Saxony):
The Lower Saxon Biosphere Reserve Programme. Engaging with inhabitants and stakeholders for a  sustainable development (pdf 10,7 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Beate Ratter & Martin Döring (Helmholz Centre/University of Hamburg):
Sense of place in the Wadden Sea area - Local consciousness and knowledge for placed-based sustainable development (pdf 1,7 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Karsten Reise (Alfred Wegner Institute):
Climate change: Accommodating more water at the Wadden Sea coast (pdf 2,5 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Linde Egberts (Free University, Amsterdam):
A future for cultural history of the Dutch Wadden Region: Challenges and policies in a maritime cultural landscape (pdf 4,1 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Anne-Mette Hjalager (University of Southern Denmark):
Big nature, big data: Digital alignment of leisure and conservation (pdf 1,5 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Concluding forum discussion with Claus von Carnap-Bornheim, Schleswig-Holstein, Director of the foundation of the Schleswig-Holsteinische Landesmuseen, Schloss Gottorf; Jouke van Dijk, chairman of the Waddenacademie; Janne Liburd, chairman of the National Park Board; Co Verdaas, chairman of the Wadden Sea Board - with interventions/ statements from the speakers and the audience
[VIDEO]

Closing Session

Jos Bazelmans Summing up - Navigating the Future (pdf 0,4 Mb)
[VIDEO]

Thomas Steensen Closing remarks on behalf of the organizers
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